FREE ADHD CME for Professionals
Primary Care Professionals (PCPs)
- Substance addictions
- Alcohol dependency
- Bipolar disorders
Screening and Diagnosis of Adult ADHD in Primary Care
In this webcast, Dr. Oren Mason of AttentionMD.com describes the use of a screening tool to screen adult patients for ADHD; discusses making a complete diagnosis of adult ADHD in primary care; recommends initial medications and dosing to relieve symptoms; and discusses best practices for follow up with patients on a recurring basis to assess progress.
Best Practices for Treating and Monitoring ADHD
In this webcast, Lenard A. Adler of NYU Langone Medical Center discusses best practices for treating and monitoring ADHD in adults.
Comorbid and Reverse Comorbid Bipolar Disorder and ADHD
ASRS Part 1 of 3: The Science Behind the ASRS
In this webcast, Anthony Rostain, MD MA of Cooper University Healthcare describes the science behind the new Adult Self Report Scale (ASRS) tool which now conforms with DSM-5.
ASRS Part 2 of 3: Using the ASRS in Practice
In this webcast, Anthony Rostain, MD MA of Cooper University Healthcare describes the use in medical practice of the new Adult Self Report Scale (ASRS) tool which now conforms with DSM-5.
ASRS Part 3 of 3: Using the ASRS to Monitor Treatment
IIn this webcast, Anthony Rostain, MD MA of Cooper University Healthcare describes hoe yo use the new Adult Self Report Scale (ASRS) tool (which now conforms with DSM-5) to monitor medical treatment.
Quality Measures for ADHD Overview
Quality Measures for Screening of Adult ADHD
Quality Measures for Diagnosis, Treatment and Monitoring / Follow-up of Adult ADHD
In this webcast, Dr. Lenard A. Adler, of NYU Langone Medical Center discusses Quality Measures for Diagnosis, Treatment and Monitoring / Follow-up of Adult ADHD.
Anthony L. Rostain, MD MA*,
shares the inspiration behind our ADHD CME Offerings.
*Former President of the American Professional Society of ADHD and Related Disorders (APSARD)
Presentations that should Trigger Screening for ADHD**
- Depression, bipolar
- Anxiety, OCD, PTSD
- Poor SSRI response
- Alcoholism or alcohol abuse
- Substance abuse
- Nicotine addiction
- Multiple serious injuries
- 2 or more STD’s
- Crisis pregnancy
- Medical non-compliance
- Pattern of unstable relationships
- Few friends
- Poor social support network
- School disciplinary problems
- Marital discord
- Unresolved marital issues
- Job loss and underemployment
- Frequent job change
- Arrest or incarceration
- Late for appointments
- Educational under-performance or curtailment
- Multiple MVA’s/moving violations
- Impulsive shopping
- Burdensome debts
- Credit overextension
- Financial mismanagement
- Late fees for taxes and bills
- Recurrent gambling losses
- Gambling addiction